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Old July 25th, 2006, 08:59 PM
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My wife and I just got back from a 5 day Canada cruise on Carnival Victory out of New York and I thought I would share our experience. Although we are both very well traveled, this was the first cruise for both of us, so we really don't have anything to compare it to, cruise-wise, so take it with a grain of salt.

Day 0: New York

We were told by Carnival that boarding would start at 2pm from the New York terminal. We took an Amtrak train from BWI airport station in Maryland to New York Penn. Aside from the fact that there is no baggage service and you have to carry everything onboard yourself, this isn't a bad way to get to New York and we were in midtown Manhattan less than three hours later. From Penn Station it was only an eight dollar cab ride to the cruise ship terminal, and we were at the cruise ship terminal at 11:30 in the morning.

Almost immediately after getting out of the cab, we were greeted by a uniformed porter who asked us "Legend or Victory?" and took our bags from us. Not quite knowing what to do next, we went into the terminal and were shown to the Carnival checkin area. Much to our surprise, a quick check of ID and a signature on the sail & sign agreement and five minutes later we were checked in and in the passenger waiting area. There was a wedding party boarding at that time, but as soon as they were onboard, they let us on at just after noon, although they told us our cabin wouldn't be ready until 1:30. This was a most pleasant surprise as we thought we would have to wait around for two hours before boarding at 2pm.

Being our first cruise, we were totally overwhelmed by the nine-deck high Seven Seas atrium. With our carryon luggage, we proceeded to take our own little tour of the ship. As one of the very first people on board it was cool to be able to see the ship with NO ONE aboard:



Much to our surprise, the bars on the Lido deck, the poolside serving line and the Lido restaurant were serving already, so we grabbed some lunch and then went upstairs to take some photos of New York from aboard the ship. Oh yeah, we also enjoyed quite a few "Fun Ship" cocktails in those couple of hours, too 8)

Around 1:30 we went down to check out our cabin. We were in 8344 - one deck below the Lido deck, near the poolside serving lines. This was a balcony cabin. I was amazed at how large it was - I was expecting something much smaller. Although our bags weren't up, we dropped off our carryons and went back out to explore some more.

At 4:30 we had our lifeboat drill, donned our lifevests and reported to our muster station. This took about a half hour, during which time they were also unloading people from the wedding, which had apparently concluded. We ran back up to our cabin to drop off our vests and then up to the Panorama deck to get a spot on the rail for our departure. Around 5:30, we pulled out (about 30 minutes late) and headed down the river. There were some incredible views of Manhattan and the statue of Liberty as we went right past her. Crossing under the Verrazano Narrows bridge was quite harrowing, as it didn't seem like there was going to be enough room for the funnel to clear, although we knew that it obviously would:



After that, there wasn't a whole lot to look at as the city receded, so we went back inside. After exploring the ship a little more, we eventually went back to our cabin and got ready for dinner.

Our dinner was the late seating in the Pacific (aft) Dining Room. I have no idea how we got so lucky, but our dining table was square in the middle of the aftmost part of the restaurant, and we had a beautiful floor-to-ceiling view out the back of the restaurant and over the wake of the ship as the sun set into the ocean. We also got lucky in that our tablemates at dinner were a couple from New Jersey around the same age as us and with a lot in common, and we hit it off pretty well with them. The food was pretty good - I had the lamb and my wife some cut of steak I can't recall. Being the late seating, by the time we were done dinner it was pretty late. We went and nickle-and-dimed it in the casino for a while, had a couple of drinks and were in bed by midnight, it was a pretty long day!

Day 1: At Sea

Little did we know that when we saw the sun set on Saturday that it was the last time we'd see it for a while. We woke up to see.... fog. Out on our balcony, we really couldn't see much of anything but the sea for a few feet out from the ship. This is what it looked like from our balcony all day:



Once we had the balcony door open, that's when we heard it: the fog HORN. Every 2 minutes, like clockwork, for four seconds at a time. ALL. DAY. LONG. But it got to the point where you didn't even really notice it. Plus it had the added effect of scaring all the kids off of the Lido deck. And that brings me to the biggest annoyance of the whole cruise. No, not the foghorn. The KIDS.

Now, kids in and of themselves don't anny me too much, kids are just kids. What annoyed the bejesus out of us is how many kids there were that were completely unattended. They were EVERYWHERE. They were running up to the funnel deck. They were in the starboard aft "adults only" hot tub. They were running amok in the Lido restaurant. Taking ice cream in the pool. And no one seemed to care. Not one little bit.

Today we decided to check out the Siren's Pool, in the aft solarium, behind the Lido restaurant. This area was covered by a retractable dome so it was relatively warm in there and you really couldn't hear the foghorn too much. Slipping into the pool immediately brought two shocks: one, the pool water was only 69° (brrr), and two, the water was, well, SALT water. That was kind of a shock. Well needless to say, we didn't last long in the 69 degree water.

This was the formal night. Later that night we dressed up for the Captain's cocktail party in the Ionian Lounge. When we got to our cabin, we found our first towel animal, an elephant, waiting for us.

Unfortunately, Captain Marino had to send his regrets to the cocktail party as he did not feel comfortable leaving the bridge in the extreme fog. So we got to meet the rest of the crew introduced by our cruise director, Dana. There were lots of yummy hors d'ouevres and free drinks flowing for the hour long party. That was followed by our formal dinner. Both Joe (one of our tablemates) and I had both the Prime Rib AND the lobster. It wasn't excellent, but it WAS very good and an outrageously good time.

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Day 2: Saint John, New Brunswick

Despite all the fog, we got into Saint John exactly when we were supposed to. We had booked our shore excursions in advance and our tickets had been slid under the door the night before. We chose the "St. Martin's and the Bay of Fundy" tour.

When we got off the ship, we were greeted by a band and with roses for the ladies. There were several cheesy photo ops at the bottom of the gangway, we had our picture taken with a "Sea captain" and with a "moose", it was so hysterically cheesy we ended up buying all the photos later, but that's another story.

Our tour bus was right there at the pier waiting for us and we hopped aboard. The first stop was the Old City Market in Saint John - this is apparently a very popular place to go, but I'm not quite sure what the hype was - growing up in Baltimore we had lots of markets (and still do) all over the place - Cross Street market, Hollins Market, Lexington Market, and on and on. Anyway, we went through, but a few souvenirs and a couple of pops for the road. Our next stop was the Reversing Falls rapids - where the tides from the Bay of Fundy reverse the flow of the Saint John River twice a day. It was still quite foggy and difficult to see the rapids:



From the rapids, we rode for about 45 minutes through bucolic scenery and arrived at the fishing village of St. Martin's. After a quick lunch of the best seafood chowder you've ever tasted, we got to spend some time walking along the floor of the Bay of Fundy and into and through the caves carved by the tides of the bay:



It's hard to believe that this entire area is under water when the tide is in. We were lucky enough to be there at extreme low tide when you could walk through the caves and along the floor of the bay. In the St. Martin's harbor, all of the boats were sitting on dry ground:



After about another hour or so wandering through St. Martin's, we boarded our bus and went back to Saint John.

As a quick aside - our tour guide on this excursion was Kyla from Aquila Tours. Kyla was a St. Martin's local who knew everyone and eberything there was to know about the area and she also went out of her way to bring along her collection of photos, shells, and locally made snacks for our trip. If you're ever out this way, you should be so lucky as to get her for a tour guide.

By the time we got back to Saint John, we only had about 90 minutes left so we just kind of browsed around the waterfront area before boarding the ship at 3:30 for our 4:00 departure.



While we were ashore, the weather cleared up, but it wasn't long before we were back out to sea and the fog was back with a vengance. There would be no more seeing the water on THIS day. This night we spent some time in the hot tub, bummed around the Lido deck for awhile, played in the casino, had dinner, a few drinks, and just overall had a blast.

We also got our second towel animal tonight, I think it was a pig. Mrs. Parrot is sure it was a ram. I'll let you decide:

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this is GREAT!!! we are taking notes
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I'll work on the second half tomorrow, including our stop in Halifax and our busy last day at sea, but for now it's getting late here. If you have any specific questions about this cruise, though, I'd be happy to answer them for you. You can email them to me - parrotrob at gmail dot com
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Sounds like you had a great time! We are going in September.

Were there 1 or 2 formal nights on your cruise? I have read that the 7/1 & 7/10 cruises had 2 formal nights.

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
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Sounds like you had a great time! We are going in September.

Were there 1 or 2 formal nights on your cruise? I have read that the 7/1 & 7/10 cruises had 2 formal nights.

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
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There was only one night where the dress code for dinner was formal, and that was the first full day at sea (the day between NY and Saint John). On the LAST full day at sea, while the dress for dinner was casual, they had photographers out all along the promenade deck doing formal portraits, so there was quite a lot of formal wear out on that night as well, although not all of it made it into the dining room. I will tell you that quite a lot of people took "formal" as a suggestion only - we saw quite a lot of jeans in the dining room on formal night, we even saw girls with cutoffs and midriff-baring tube tops, and a guy with cutoffs and an Alex Rodriguez jersey. Maybe it's a New York thing, I don't know? Or maybe some people don't OWN any formal wear, but then, it's not like there aren't a half dozen other places they could have eaten. Either way, I thought it was tacky, but that's just me.
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Hi ParrotRob,

Wonderful review and pictures! Keep it coming. I feel like I was there with you !

(BTW, you're right, it's a PIG .)
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Day 3 - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax is a beautiful city. We had been to Nova Scotia before, but never to the city of Halifax. We were up early enough to watch our docking at Halifax from our balcony, we docked on the port side and were able to watch all of the frenzied activity on the dock from our cabin. There was a bagpipe and drum band playing for us on the pier. It was all quite interesting to watch, we didn't get to see anything in Saint John the day before - for one, we docked on the starboard side, and two, from the Lido and Panorama decks it was so foggy we couldn't see the pier until we were practically tied TO it!

We had originally scheduled the Fisherman's Cove shore tour in Halifax, but on Monday night we were notified that that tour was canceled and a refund was posted to our Sail & Sign account. We immediately went down to the Shore Tour desk to book the Peggy's Cove excursion but there were about 100 people in line on Monday night. We went back up to the cabin and were able to book our new excursion on the television in about 2 minutes flat, and had our tickets slipped under the door while we slept.

We were one of the first off the boat in Halifax right at 9:00. Our tour was scheduled to leave at 9:45, but there were multiple busloads of people headed to Peggy's Cove and we actually left as soon as the first bus was full, about 10 minutes after we got off of the ship. We were hoping we would get to spend the extra time in Peggy's Cove, but we stuck to the itinerary and got back about 30 minutes early.

The tour started with a bus ride through the city, much like the Saint John tour did, except we didn't actually get out anywhere in Halifax. Then we headed out to Peggy's Cove along a scenic route along the coast. The fog was not so bad, and we were able to enjoy the breathtaking views out the coach windows of the coast on the way. Unfortunately, you only get to spend about an hour AT Peggy's Cove, so it was kind of a "run around see the lighthouse run down onto the rocks take a lot of pictures run through the gift shop get back on the bus" kind of tour. Still, Peggy's Cove was a beautiful place - they say it's one of the most photographed places in Canada and I can easily see why, with scenery to rival that which we saw in the Canadian Rockies last October.

Back in Halifax, we had about four or five hours to kill. We went to a little bar downtown and grabbed a quick lunch (you just can't get good Poutine anywhere here in the States ). We spent the next couple of hours walking through the city - we had sent away ahead of time for some information from the local tourism folks in Halifax and one of the books they sent us had an interesting walking tour that visited a lot of the city's historical and architectural highlights, including the fabulous city gardens and the Harbourwalk.

One of the things they talk about a lot in Halifax is the Titanic. Apparently, a lot of the unknown and/or unclaimed bodies of Titanic victims were brought to Halifax and buried in the city cemetary here. Also, some of the rescue and later salvage missions were on ships based in Halifax. There is an entire exhibit in the Maritime Museum devoted to the Titanic. Curiously, in the City Gardens is a scale model of the Titanic, floating about in a lake. I found it strangely funny, my wife thought it was in questionable taste.

We had to be back on the ship by 5:30, so we headed back around 5:00 just to be safe. We were exhausted, anyway, we did a LOT of walking through Halifax and Peggy's Cove, and it had actually gotten quite hot that day, too.

We chose to skip the dining room this night for a number of reasons. We were tired and didn't feel like dressing up, plus there wasn't really anything on the menu that night that really screamed "YOU MUST EAT ME!" So instead we opted for a little time in the aft hot tub and random eating from the Meditteranean (Lido) buffet. We also did a little bit of shopping onboard that night too, just some random fun stuff from the shops and a couple of bottles of booze to go. Just so you know, you don't actually get the booze when you buy it, it gets delivered to your stateroom on the last night of the trip. I don't know if that's a customs thing or if they just don't want you drinking cheap booze when you could be drinking their $4.50 cocktails

Oh yeah, the drink of the day today was the "Yellow Bird". It was pretty goshdarn good and we put down our share of them

One more thing - our towel animal tonight was a bunny with giant ears.

I'll post a couple of pictures from this day when I get home from work tonight.
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ParrotRob, I'm really enjoying reading your review. Thanks, and please continue.

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Thanks for the info on formal nights.

I really can't blame the men for not wanting to pack a jacket for one night. As long as they look neat and clean it doesn't bother me.

Very good review!
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As promised, some pics from Halifax:

Peggy's Cove in the fog:


The harbor at Peggy's Cove:


Victory from the Harbourwalk:


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Titanic in the city gardens:


Citadel Hill:


Leaving Halifax:


Waiting for us on the bed:
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Day 4 - A "Fun Ship" Day At Sea

This was our last full day of the cruise and I was bound determined to make the most of it. I scoured the Caper the night before and highlighted all sorts of things I wanted to do.

When we woke up this morning, it was actually CLEAR out - the fog was gone, and with it the fog horn too. Around 9:00 in the morning we sailed through a fierce thunderstorm, though - the sea got really rough and there was a whole lot of thunder and lightning. This was the view from our side of the ship:



Around 10:00 I went down to the casino and got in a Texas Hold 'em tournament - a single table tournament - they paid two places and I came in fourth, oh well. Meanwhile, Mrs. Parrot donated a little to the Cat-N-Dog slot machine. Then we went shopping for a while - Mrs. Parrot got herself a nice new gold anklet. Coming back from the shops, there was a table set up in the Casino where some of the housekeeping staff was showing off their handiwork:



Then it was off to the Irish Sea piano bar for a rousing game of piano bar Name That Tune. Despite the fact that it was only about 1:30 in the afternoon, the crowd was quite boisterous and seemes pretty well liquored up already Out of the 20 songs, we only got 6 of them, and the game was won by some older ladies playing as a group that got 15 of them - like all of the other contests on board, they won a bottle of champagne and a miniature "fun ship" statuette. It was all in good fun until they started complaining that they ALL wanted a bottle and a statue - c'mon people, it's a silly game, get over it already!

One of the highlights of the day was the newlywed game in the Caribbean Lounge (the show room on Victory) - Dana, our cruise director got the longest married couple he could find in there (58 years), the most recently married couple (they got married just yesterday on shore leave in Halifax!) and a couple to split the difference, married 28 years. This show was a riot - especially the answers from the older couple. If you want to laugh your tail off for 45 minutes, go watch this, it was great fun!

Then it was off to the Lido deck where we just relaxed for a while. There was an ice carving demonstration by the pool where a Filipino named Cesar turned a 300 pound block of ice into a pair of angels in about 25 minutes flat. Mr. Parrot got a froo-froo drink in a giant coconut carved into the shape of a monkey head - it was quite the attention getter!

Dinner that night was back in the dining room with our new friends Joe and Deena. There was an appetizer that night called "Delices of the Ocean" or "of the Sea", something like that, that was a shrimp, a scallop, and a delicious piece of sashimi-type salmon that was to die for. I seriously thought about ordering a couple of them for dinner itself and foregoing the entrees altogether, but in retrospect the seafood newburg was quite good as well. Mrs. Parrot had a chateaubriand that was very nice as well.

After dinner, we went to see the main show in the lounge - it was the Carnival Legends show that featured the winners of the karaoke contests held all weekend long in the karaoke bar playing the parts of musical "legends" from James Brown to Elton John to Ricky Martin and Britney Spears. There were even appearances by The King and the Chairman of the Board, and a surprise appearance by the queen of country music herself, Dolly Parton, who turned out to be our cruise director Dana (very much a man, by the way) in drag

Then it was back to the cabin for the sad task of packing up. We chose to NOT go the route of the self-service disembarkation - we weren't in any great hurry to get off the ship the next day, and I didn't feel like carrying all that stuff off of the ship, so we chose to set it outside the cabin around midnight. They said to have it out by 11pm, but they hadn't even come around to collect it yet, so we grabbed what we needed for the morning and set the rest outside, sat on the balcony for a bit (it was getting warmer again) and then went off to bed.
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this is GREAT!!! we are taking notes
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I'll work on the second half tomorrow, including our stop in Halifax and our busy last day at sea, but for now it's getting late here. If you have any specific questions about this cruise, though, I'd be happy to answer them for you. You can email them to me - parrotrob at gmail dot com
How was the cigarette smoke? I had a terrible time on this cruise back in June due to smokers smoking in non smoking areas.
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Hi ParrotRob *waves*

What a great review. Thank you so much. I wondered how the cruise were up that way. And your right. You can't get good Poutine in the states.
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this is GREAT!!! we are taking notes
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I'll work on the second half tomorrow, including our stop in Halifax and our busy last day at sea, but for now it's getting late here. If you have any specific questions about this cruise, though, I'd be happy to answer them for you. You can email them to me - parrotrob at gmail dot com
How was the cigarette smoke? I had a terrible time on this cruise back in June due to smokers smoking in non smoking areas.
Hi Poppa. The smoke actually wasn't that bad. I really didn't notice a lot of smoke anywhere except in the casino. And I'm a former smoker myself, so I tend to notice those kinds of things and be a little more sensitive to them - the smoke-free areas were pretty much that, smoke-free.

Unfortunately, there were a lot of people to whom other rules don't apply, though, like dress codes and adult-only areas.
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